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Which March game are you looking forward to the most?

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 Written by John Scalzo  on January 14, 2008

News: GTA4 shows up on the schedule for March 11 while SingStar may take the stage on February 16.



Baker & Taylor, a distributor that mainly works with libraries, has published a few interesting release dates in their January 2008 "Alert" catalog.

First up, the company has the release date for SingStar for the PS3 pegged as February 16.

Whil that is all well and good, the big news is that Baker & Taylor has Grand Theft Auto IV (Xbox 360, PS3) down for a March 11 release, much earlier than any other retailer is predicting.



This is the first time Baker & Taylor has published future release dates for video games in their catalog, but their listed dates for DVDs are almost always on the mark. So while this is not concrete confirmation of a release date for SingStar or Grand Theft Auto IV, it certainly is interesting.



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